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From TheJournal.ie Potshots, tear gas, snipers and curfews: 'Fighting a war with unarmed citizens' in Ferguson Ferguson

Potshots, tear gas, snipers and curfews: 'Fighting a war with unarmed citizens' in Ferguson

The continued protests in Ferguson over Michael Brown’s death have seen unrest in the town.

From TheJournal.ie Human remains disturbed as missile strike hits Gaza cemetery Last Respects

Human remains disturbed as missile strike hits Gaza cemetery

Palestinians had to re-bury human remains that were found by the graves.

From TheJournal.ie Obama warns that Iraqi extremists could destabalise other countries ISIL

Obama warns that Iraqi extremists could destabalise other countries

The US President has said the unrest in Iraq could spill over in other countries such as Jordan.

From TheJournal.ie Ukraine troops killed as president promises to meet Putin Tensions

Ukraine troops killed as president promises to meet Putin

Putin has rejected the legitimacy of the interim team that rose to power in February and not been reported to have spoken to any Ukrainian official since the Kiev uprising.

From TheJournal.ie Mortars target Iraq voting centres as polls open in first election since US troops left Unrest

Mortars target Iraq voting centres as polls open in first election since US troops left

The country’s prime minister said he is certain of winning.

From The42 Tata Martino to leave Barcelona at end of the season - reports Unrest

Tata Martino to leave Barcelona at end of the season - reports

Catalan station E-Sport 3 believes the Argentine’s plans to vacate his post during the summer are ‘common knowledge’ to the Barca players.

From TheJournal.ie Explainer: What's going on in Venezuela? Unrest

Explainer: What's going on in Venezuela?

“They are killing us,” students are screaming on posters, through social media and at rallies.

From TheJournal.ie Man allegedly 'raped with gun' after arrest in Venezuela protests Unrest

Man allegedly 'raped with gun' after arrest in Venezuela protests

The death toll has risen to eight with 137 wounded and more than 100 people detained in the protests.

From TheJournal.ie Ukranian president announces ‘truce’, start of peace negotiations Truce

Ukranian president announces ‘truce’, start of peace negotiations

25 people were killed in the violence in Kiev yesterday and the European Union and United States have been considering sanctions against the country.

From TheJournal.ie Photos: 13 people killed in Kiev after police storm protest camp Ukraine

Photos: 13 people killed in Kiev after police storm protest camp

The violence today was the deadliest in nearly three months of anti-government protests.

From TheJournal.ie At least seven killed during fresh wave of violence in Kiev Unrest

At least seven killed during fresh wave of violence in Kiev

The incident has been condemned by the USA, EU and NATO.

From TheJournal.ie Bombings keep people on edge on third anniversary of Arab Spring Unrest

Bombings keep people on edge on third anniversary of Arab Spring

A small bomb struck outside a police training hours before the rallies were due to start.

From TheJournal.ie Fresh fighting in Central African Republic as presidential vote looms Unrest

Fresh fighting in Central African Republic as presidential vote looms

A peacekeeping officer said that people “are in a desperate situation”.

From TheJournal.ie South Sudan peace talks open as battles rage Unrest

South Sudan peace talks open as battles rage

The violence has forced around 200,000 people to flee their homes, while 57,000 are seeking refuge with UN peacekeepers.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland to send 40 tonnes of aid to South Sudan Emergency

Ireland to send 40 tonnes of aid to South Sudan

The emergency aid includes jerry cans, mosquito nets and kitchen sets.

From TheJournal.ie Car bomb in Sinai region kills 10 soldiers, while blast in Cairo leaves 4 police injured Egypt

Car bomb in Sinai region kills 10 soldiers, while blast in Cairo leaves 4 police injured

35 people were injured in the car bomb attack, while four police were wounded in the explosion in Cairo.

From TheJournal.ie Hundreds camped out in Rome to protest against austerity Italy

Hundreds camped out in Rome to protest against austerity

Tens of thousands had marched through Rome in a mostly peaceful demonstration yesterday.

From TheJournal.ie Egypt's Morsi to stand trial for 'inciting murder' Cairo

Egypt's Morsi to stand trial for 'inciting murder'

The former leader is set to stand trial along with 14 other suspects in his Muslim Brotherhood movement.

From TheJournal.ie US forces to 'punish' Syria, not push regime change Syria

US forces to 'punish' Syria, not push regime change

The ground for military intervention has been laid out by US Vice President Joe Biden.

From TheJournal.ie Explainer: What's happening in Egypt? Crisis

Explainer: What's happening in Egypt?

Hundreds of people have died and the country is in crisis as security forces clash with supporters of former president Mohammed Morsi.

From TheJournal.ie 30 killed in clashes but Egypt Islamists vow to fight on Egypt

30 killed in clashes but Egypt Islamists vow to fight on

UN chief Ban Ki-moon has called for for a peaceful end to the crisis, the US had condemned the clashes.

From TheJournal.ie Egypt's presidency rejects army ultimatum Unrest

Egypt's presidency rejects army ultimatum

Meanwhile, US president Barack Obama has called Mohamed Morsi to express his concern about ongoing unrest.

From TheJournal.ie China state media says 27 killed in riots China

China state media says 27 killed in riots

Police shot 10 rioters after nine of their colleagues were allegedly killed in the clashes.

From TheJournal.ie Taliban kills nine foreign tourists in the Pakistani Himalayas Terrorism

Taliban kills nine foreign tourists in the Pakistani Himalayas

The attackers struck at the foot of one of the world’s highest mountains, killing Chinese and Ukrainian climbers.

From The42 FIFA: No plans to cancel Confederations Cup despite protest in Brazil Unrest

FIFA: No plans to cancel Confederations Cup despite protest in Brazil

Local media reported today that football’s world governing body may call time on the World Cup warm-up tournament.

From TheJournal.ie This video explains why a million Brazilians protested last night Unrest

This video explains why a million Brazilians protested last night

More than one million people are reported to have taken to the streets last night for anti-government protests.

From TheJournal.ie Turkey unrest: 18 incredible images from today's protests Taksim Square This post contains images

Turkey unrest: 18 incredible images from today's protests

Amnesty International has called for meaningful discussions between government and protesters.

From TheJournal.ie Explainer: What is going on in Turkey? Turkey

Explainer: What is going on in Turkey?

After five days of protests, two dead and now strike action by public sector workers, TheJournal.ie explores just what is happening in the country of 75 million people.

From TheJournal.ie Blasts targeting mainly Shiite areas kill 21 in Baghdad Iraq

Blasts targeting mainly Shiite areas kill 21 in Baghdad

Three car bombs struck the Sadr City slum, while others exploded in Ameen, Al-Husseiniya, Kamaliyah and Karrada.

From TheJournal.ie Adams: The vast majority of the Belfast protests are illegal Violence

Adams: The vast majority of the Belfast protests are illegal

Gerry Adams said most of the protests are being organised by the BNP, the UVF and criminal elements, and need to end.

From TheJournal.ie PHOTOS: Sixteen police officers hurt in Belfast clashes Unrest

PHOTOS: Sixteen police officers hurt in Belfast clashes

Meanwhile Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has said the violence is nothing to do with flags and is being orchestrated by “known criminals” intent on causing chaos.

From TheJournal.ie Two dead and 300 arrested as mobs loot supermarkets in Argentina Argentina

Two dead and 300 arrested as mobs loot supermarkets in Argentina

Violence erupts as impatience grows with government of President Cristinia Kirchner.

From TheJournal.ie Teenage boys among those charged over Belfast unrest Belfast

Teenage boys among those charged over Belfast unrest

Three teenager boys, two aged 13 and one aged 14, will appear at Belfast Youth Court tomorrow charged with a number of public order offences.

From TheJournal.ie South Africa: Mine shut down after unrest South Africa

South Africa: Mine shut down after unrest

Operations were halted “to ensure the safety and security of employees and assets”.

From TheJournal.ie 47 PSNI officers injured during parade protest PSNI

47 PSNI officers injured during parade protest

The PSNI’s Chief Supt George Clark said he was “both angry and sad” that his officers were subjected to “such significant attack”.

From TheJournal.ie 'Several' South African miners shot dead by police South Africa This post contains videos

'Several' South African miners shot dead by police

Video footage of the shooting has been broadcast across South Africa.

From The42 Ecclestone: Bahrain decision will come down to the teams Unrest

Ecclestone: Bahrain decision will come down to the teams

The F1 supremo says he can’t force anyone to travel to Bahrain, while pressing home the fact that ‘commercially they have to go.’

From TheJournal.ie France to supply troops fighting Somalia militants Kenya

France to supply troops fighting Somalia militants

But French authorities have denied reports that French naval vessels had carried out attacks near an al-Shabab stronghold.

From TheJournal.ie Egypt's military rulers ban all forms of discrimination Egypt

Egypt's military rulers ban all forms of discrimination

The new decrees from the transitional military leaders are seen as a response to attacks on Coptic Christians last week.

From TheJournal.ie Substandard food aid "fails malnourished children" Food Aid

Substandard food aid "fails malnourished children"

World Food Day takes place on 16 October and Médecin Sans Frontières is appealing to countries to ensure they provide nutritious food aid to malnourished children.